“Well, you’ve seen people in a relationship that was very strong to them, and when that relationship ended they were never exactly quite the same afterwards. They were never able to fully trust or embrace or invest in another person again. I wonder if it was sort of along those kind of lines. Once you’ve lost that love of your life or that person you are connected to, somehow you’re in a different place the whole rest of your life. You’d be very, very lucky if you had anything like it again. I’ve seen that happen with some friends and people I know. They’re changed forever from a relationship that didn’t work out. I could see that kind of applying to this too, maybe.”
First, schedule when you’ll wake up. If you have a meeting at 10am, try to wake up at the last possible moment you can, for example 9:44am. You can work up to this over time, pushing the wake-up time back and back and back. (Pro version: do not set an alarm. Someone will call you and tell you when you’re supposed to be at work.)
Save time in the morning by not showering, brushing your teeth, exercising, or eating breakfast. A bonus to not showering is only your true pals will be able to be around you, keeping you from wasting energy on false friends. Working out is merely using time to make yourself tired! Do you ever feel better after working out? I wouldn’t know, but I doubt it.
NEVER make your bed — you will only undo it later! Valuable seconds wasted.
If you’re not running to catch the train or speeding dangerously on your drive, you are wasting time! Being more effective means doing more in less time - so if you can do the same in less time, that is also more effective!
Keep a stash of Butterfinger™ bars in your bag. That’s a meal on the go! Still hungry? Eat another one!